Book of Mormon

Eugene O'Neill Theatre
Price: $190-$950

Created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone of 'South Park' fame, and Robert Lopez, who wrote 'Avenue Q': That should tell you how seriously the 'Book of Mormon' takes itself. Beloved for sending up everyone, including musicals, the raucous laugher hauled in nine Tony Awards including Best Musical in 2011. "The best musical of this century," according to the New York Times.
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Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark

Foxwoods Theatre
Price: $49-$155

Whether for the so-bad-it's-good factor, or to see the stunning (and oftentimes truly dangerous) aerial stunts, people are still flocking to troubled 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.' The most expensive Broadway production in history is more famous for its bloated budget, false starts and performer injuries as it is for its high-flying star. Set to music from U2's Bono and The Edge, the rock musical is based on the Spider-Man comics and 2002 movie, highlighted by actors swinging from webs and intricate, high-tech aerial battles.
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Nederlander Theatre
Price: $93-$145

A box office flop when it hit theaters in 1992 (starring a young Christian Bale), 'Newsies' isn't the most obvious choice for a Broadway revival. But the earnest story about the 1899 newsboy strike is a major crowd-pleaser, and the 2012 Tony Award Winner for Best Original Score and Best Choreography.
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Disney's Mary Poppins

New Amsterdam Theatre
Price: $26-$86

Lighting up Broadway for more than six years, 'Mary Poppins' umbrellas her way across the nation this year in a production that The Hollywood Reporter called, "arguably better than the classic movie." In addition to the magical, no-nonsense nanny, a few anxiety-inducing aerial tricks help keep the kiddies entertained.
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